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M General Merchants. T. R. HODOER AND Company, GENERAL MERCHANTS, DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND STOREKEEPERS, EAST STREET, ASHBURTON, (Opposite Railway Station.) NEW SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK JUST RECEIVED. DRAPERY, MILINERY, HATS. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, &c., &c., Especial attention lias been given to this Department in selecting the NEW STYLES in COSTUMES and DRESS MATERIALS. All the fashionable styles of Ladies Hats and Bonnets (trimmed and untrimmed*), Trimmings, Fishus, Mantles, Capes, Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves, Sunshades, and Underclothing. MILINERY AND DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES, By Most Competent Hands. Carpets, Druggetts, Scotch, and Manchester Goods. T. R. HODDER & COMPANY’S CLOTHING & MERCERY DEPARTMENT. Boys’ Tooths’ and. Men’s Summer Suits, Imported and Victorian make. DUST COATS, Alpacca and Silk, HATS, New Felts, Helmets (in Rush, Leghorn, Tweed, and China Peth) SCARFS, Ties, Collars, Gloves, Umbrellas etc, etc. ■ TWEEDS, Scotch, Yorkshire, and Colonial, T. R. HODDER & COMPANY’S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Childrens’, Boys’, and Boots, ShoJS; and Suppers, Ladies’ and Gentlemen’sBoots, Shoes, and Suppers, In every variety, Colonial and Imported, from the best houses, and sold at the smallest possible profit. T. R. H odder &Company GROCERIES, OILMEN’S STORES, AND PROVISION DEPARTMENT. New Season’s-Teas, Finest Sugars, Soaps, Candles, &c, &c. T. R. H. & Co . acknow- 1 ledge the great success attending their introduction of the the Small Profits and Quick Return Business, and would State it is their intention to continue Selling the Very Best Class of Goods in every department, at the At the Smallest Possible Profit. sash price lists furnished on application. T. R. Hodder and Company, IRONMONGERY, FURNISHING, AND HARDWARE, Of Every Description, for Building and Furnishing purposes. Produce Bought For Cash, or Taken in Exchange. ORDERS from ANY PART OF THE PROVINCE, Carefully and promptly attended to. DELIVERY OF GOODS DAILY IN TOWN. i T. R. HODDER ■f | AND '' .* . qmpany, • GENERAL MERCHANTS • ' -dSAST STREET, ASHBURTON Railway Station.)

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 17, 4 November 1879

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 17, 4 November 1879

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